2 OF INSPIRATION
— You could travel and see so many things, but it would be just so easy to stay, here, where you already know what to expect. —
TWO OF INSPIRATION (WANDS) TAROT CARD MEANING
THE 2 OF INSPIRATION TAROT MESSAGE
Seeking new paths for yourself, the activation of potential, deciding between staying in your comfort zone or experiencing what it’s like elsewhere, wanting to experience new things, travel and adventure, home and family, a heart full of ideas that desire expression
You create your reality. Your life. People who seem to live extraordinary, exciting lives have made extraordinary, exciting choices. What life do you dream about? And what stops you from choosing to live it?
EXPERIENCING the Tarot 2 OF INSPIRATION
The 2 of Inspiration sees the places she wants to travel. She begins to manifest the desire and the opportunity in her heart, and in her thoughts. She is taking the first steps, but she still has one foot cleanly rooted in her old life. She peeks her head out, which is more than some people dare to do, and she opens her heart to possibility. Sometimes it feels destined. Sometimes it feels wild. And on occasion, like today, she realizes that all the thinking and dreaming will never replace the doing. The going. So she grabs her bags, her tickets, her trinkets, her talismans and her baubles and she steps onto the path of the unseen. Her heart beats a little faster today – a little more excitedly, because she knows that taking this one step will forever change her trajectory. She has finally decided to move in the direction of her dreams.
Imagine yourself in your current room, or studio, and settle in for meditation. Notice a ball of light appear in the corner that opens up a temporary window to a new dimension – or a temporary glimpse into your best life. Step through it and look through the telescope of time to see the opportunity that presents itself.
We only see the smallest slice of our reality. We always live our lives as if we are looking at the world through a straw. If you were to map out the things that your ‘straw’ focuses on, each day, what would you see?
“Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.” – Jonathan Swift